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Wiesbaden and Mainz Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Hop aboard your luxury coach in central Frankfurt and travel southwest to Wiesbaden your first destination of the day. The capital of the German state of Hessen Wiesbaden is known for being a historical spa town with a collection of hot springs scattered around its center.Take a stroll around the sophisticated little town with your guide admiring the elegant Belle Epoque villas and historical Gründerzeit houses that line Wiesbaden’s leafy promenades. Stop outside Kurhaus – the Art Deco spa building that houses Wiesbaden Casino – and hear tales about the famous folk who have paid visits t an 800-foot (244-meter) hill lined with lush forests and parkland. Ride up the hill on the Neroberg Mountain Train – Germany’s oldest water-powered railway – while soaking up spectacular views of Wiesbaden. Stop for lunch (own expense) and then pay a visit to the Russian Orthodox St Elizabeth Church with your guide. Hear of the Duke Adolf of Nassau who commissioned the church to be built as a memorial to his wife
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Wiesbaden and Mainz Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Hop aboard your luxury coach in central Frankfurt and travel southwest to Wiesbaden your first destination of the day. The capital of the German state of Hessen Wiesbaden is known for being a historical spa town with a collection of hot springs scattered around its center.Take a stroll around the sophisticated little town with your guide admiring the elegant Belle Epoque villas and historical Gründerzeit houses that line Wiesbaden’s leafy promenades. Stop outside Kurhaus – the Art Deco spa building that houses Wiesbaden Casino – and hear tales about the famous folk who have paid visits t an 800-foot (244-meter) hill lined with lush forests and parkland. Ride up the hill on the Neroberg Mountain Train – Germany’s oldest water-powered railway – while soaking up spectacular views of Wiesbaden. Stop for lunch (own expense) and then pay a visit to the Russian Orthodox St Elizabeth Church with your guide. Hear of the Duke Adolf of Nassau who commissioned the church to be built as a memorial to his wife
From EUR148.00
 
Wiesbaden and Mainz Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Hop aboard your luxury coach in central Frankfurt and travel southwest to Wiesbaden your first destination of the day. The capital of the German state of Hessen Wiesbaden is known for being a historical spa town with a collection of hot springs scattered around its center.Take a stroll around the sophisticated little town with your guide admiring the elegant Belle Epoque villas and historical Gründerzeit houses that line Wiesbaden’s leafy promenades. Stop outside Kurhaus – the Art Deco spa building that houses Wiesbaden Casino – and hear tales about the famous folk who have paid visits t an 800-foot (244-meter) hill lined with lush forests and parkland. Ride up the hill on the Neroberg Mountain Train – Germany’s oldest water-powered railway – while soaking up spectacular views of Wiesbaden. Stop for lunch (own expense) and then pay a visit to the Russian Orthodox St Elizabeth Church with your guide. Hear of the Duke Adolf of Nassau who commissioned the church to be built as a memorial to his wife
From EUR148.00

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Eisgrub

Eisgrub Brau is one of two breweries located in Mainz (the other one is Brauhaus Castel located in Mainz-Kastel) that caters to foreigners. While Brauhaus Castel seems to being be an American hangout,...
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damas

delicious syrian/lebanese Restaurant,,,rich meze, many differnt cold and warm Appetizers, chicken and lamb specialities, local Lebanese wine and European wine, friendly Service, good Location near...
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Augustinerkerller

Augustinerkeller is a local restaurant. You get there all the specialties like Hankaes, Spundenkaes, ... As far as I know, it is one of the traditional puns in the carnival time. I liked a lot the...
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Dicke Lilli, gutes Kind

This vintage style café, located on Gaustraße (not far from Schillerplatz), has become a new trendy spot. They offer organic breakfasts, cakes as well as all kinds of warm dishes and are open Tue-Sun....
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Asia Family

Due to its small size and rather uninviting front, it is often left aside. Asia Family is a small Asian fast food restaurant with huge home-made Chinese/Vietnamese dishes. Not the place you would take...
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Thai Style

Small local chain of Thai restaurants somewhere between a fast food place and a real restaurant. You may know the concept from Thai Express or Zäb, but Thai Style is a little more down to earth. For...
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ZÄB Thai

Informal Thai restaurant with a balance somewhere between solid restaurant and fast food. The concept is similar to the one of Thai Style and Thai Express, two small local chains. What makes Zäb...
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Berliner Gemüse-Kebap

Usually, I do not include fast food kebab stalls – unless they are really special. This one can be called Mainz's most famous and stands high on the locals recommendation list for a Döner Kebap...
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Thai Express

Thai Express is a small chain of Thai restaurants in the Rhein/Main area with one restaurant in Frankfurt, one in Wiesbaden and two in Mainz. The menu is not exciting, but has the typical Thai dishes...
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Kamin

This place is an excellent one to eat Flammkuchen (Tarte Flambée, a kind of thin, southwest German/Alsatian Pizza). You get excellent quality and more than good value for the money. There is one...
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Meet & Eat

You may be a little confused when you enter – there are dishes on offer as well as a buffet. You can pile up as much as you want on a small plate (5,50 EUR – all prices as of late 2013) or large plate...
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Cafe Extra Blatt

This is a very trendy, cool and relaxed cafe in the market place in the shadow of the Cathedral. Despite its excellent food and location the prices are very reasonable. The staff are also extremely...
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Restaurant Da Vito

After walking around town for a decent Italian restaurant we were very lucky to come across this little place. Cheap, tasty, authentic Italian food with very fast and friendly service. It even...
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Pomp

This is an inexpensive but well located cafe/restaurant in the city centre with a nice spot on Neubrunnenplatz. It's let down only by its service which is slow, a little haphazard, though not...
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Malakoff-Terrasse 1, Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate, 55116, Germany
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Holzhofstrasse 2, Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate, 55116, Germany
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Schottstrasse 1 - 5, Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate, 55116, Germany
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Top Things to Do in Mainz

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churches

Mainz' St. Martin Cathedral dominates the skyline and has been the centre of the city for many centuries. The roots of the present building can be traced back to the year 975. However there has been a...
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museums

Many traces of Roman Mainz have been found when streets were dug up to build something new. When the Hilton hotel was constructed, the wrecks of five Roman ships were found. They form the base for the...
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cathedral

The Romanesque Dom is Mainz's most imposing building. It is huge, central, and while it doesn't tower above the city like some, you can see it peeking out through many of the streets. Up close, in the...
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market-place

Mainz has a number of wonderful fountains and wells dotted about the city, especially near to the Cathedral, and the Marktbrunnen is one of the most spectacular, at least in terms of design. The...
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Old Town

Kirschgarten (Cherry Garden) is the name of a little square in Mainz' old town which is famous for its half-timbered buidlings. One of them, called “Zum Aschaffenberg”, was built around 1500 is is...
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Rhine River

The promenade itself is pretty new and has few sights. The reason behind that is the fact that the Rhine once reached further into the city to what is now Rheinstraße. Today, there is a promenade on...
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"Opera and cycling in Mainz"
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